MNC deal makes Gurugram Huda office state’s top earner

  • By TOI
  • | Tuesday | 13th February, 2018

GURUGRAM: The estate office 2 of Huda has set a record with the collection of around Rs 1,600 crore of revenue in the current financial year, the highest ever by any estate office in the state. In many cases, however, people have not deposited the remaining 75% of their plot cost.Huda officials said defaulters are being issued notices under Section 17(1) of the Huda Act, 1977. Huda has already issued notices to a large number of people for recovery of dues.According to Huda officials, they have issued more than 20,000 notices so far, and people are coming forward to settle their dues. Around 500-600 notices are being issued on an average every month. There are defaulters in almost all categories,” Kalia said.Earlier in November 2017 Huda in its biggest land deal ever managed to sell around 10 acre of commercial land for Rs 842 crores in sector 47 of Gurugram through e-auction on Wednesday.

GURUGRAM: The estate office 2 of Huda has set a record with the collection of around Rs 1,600 crore of revenue in the current financial year, the highest ever by any estate office in the state.

Out of this, around Rs 796 crore was collected from challans and dues, while Rs 800 crore came from a land deal with a multi-national company.The estate office 2 of Huda covers parts of new Gurugram located on the side of the Dwarka expressway while estate office 1, which has collected around Rs 324 crores as revenue, covers old Gurugram.“Estate office 2 has generated far more revenue than many of the estates combined.

The amount is the largest this estate has ever generated since its inception,” said estate officer Vivek Kalia, adding that the current financial year is yet to end and they expect to generate more revenue the next month.Reeling under a financial crisis, Huda is eyeing recovery of pending dues from land allottees, including those allotted residential and commercial plots, in its sectors.

Huda has already issued notices to a large number of people for recovery of dues.According to Huda officials, they have issued more than 20,000 notices so far, and people are coming forward to settle their dues.

Around 500-600 notices are being issued on an average every month.

“We are trying to recover all pending dues.

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